Poori Payasam is one such Mangalorian sweet dish that leaves its taste last longer, also giving the fullness feeling of a feast.
The Karnataka’s unique sweet dish for festivities is the Kadalebele or Channadal Payasa made with the always nourishing dry fruits and the filling poppy seeds. Its taste is so nectarous that stays in memory for long time.
The common and famous kheer of India is the Semiya Payasa. The thin long flexible white sticks, almost makes you call it noodles and out of this the sweet dish is prepared in various methods.
Couscous or Broken wheat payasam is a sweet dish which is great for its delicacy and nutrition. It has a unique taste that makes you adore it.
With all the nutritional benefits of Carrot, the carrot kheer looks so colourful and aromatic too. Carrot Kheer though a rare dish has an extra-ordinary sweet taste which definitely gets thumbs up.
The Honeydew Melon Payasa or Rasayana is simply scrumptious. Eating Muskmelon in this form not only pleases your mind but also cools your body and the mild sweetness of this Payasa energies you over the time.
Hayagriva is as divine as our lord Vishnu. A special South Indian sweet dish Hayagriva usually made for naivedya is famous for its pleasing taste.
Red Pumpkin Payasam or pudding is a sweet dish, with attractive colour and unique taste.
Moong dal payasam is supposedly the best dish for mouth ulcer cure as it contains high protein levels and body cooling ability.
Rice Kheer is a delicious Indian Rice Pudding, often prepared during special occasions using small grain Rice like Jeera (or long grain Rice like Basmati), Sugar, Kesar and Milk.